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January 13, 2010 9 The Julian News (760) 765 0192 OPE RTIEs We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entr00n0000 off 'C' Street C o R N E R OF www.j TREET Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 i ¸ IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME on one acre EXQUISITE LAKE CUYAMACA HOME. Newer 3 EXCEPTIONAL 14 Acre Ranch. Horse barn, Guest CHARMING, One story home on wooded acre with views to Palomar. Gourmet kitchen, top  tde Bedroom,2.5Bathresidenceon.94Acres. Wonderful Quarters, Large Garage, Great Views, many large in Pine Hills. 2 bed rooms, family room, granite ces, Many custom features. 3 BR, 2.5 BA, modem kitchen, hi h ceilin s, 2 fireplaces, 2 wood trees, lovely property. g tops, cathedral ceilings in living room, • ft. with floor to ceiling windows and wrap- decks, large stone patio, dogble garage RV parking, counter attached garage. deck. $575,000 $625,000 $995,000 $398,000 LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME - on 9.24 Acres. Great Floor plan - 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, 2 Fireplaces, Central Air and Heat, Deck, Garage. $649,000 FIVE ACRES includes 2 legal parcels, 1200 shop, 10,000 gallon water storage and efficient manufactured home. 000000a;000Z $325,000 . i I : i: ; i!ii ........ i :,iii iii,,!ii!  UNUSUAL AND REMOTE MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with 20 Acres, Complete with dry cabin for secluded get-II I has approved septic layout. away weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce trees. Views. I easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, $240,000 $188,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner • Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate • Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate • emaih email: Ken Bunch, Broker Associate email: Barbara Joy Haley October 10, 1927 - December 31, 2009 Barbara Joy Haley a resident of Julian CA was called to the Lord on December 31, 2009. Barbara was born on October 10, 1927 in Fargo, ND to Cynthia (Williams) and James Holes and resided at the Holes Homestead until the family moved to California when she was two years old. She attended grade school in Julian, CA and was a graduate of Our Lady of Peace Academy in San Diego, CA class of 1945. Barbara lead a full and joyous life traveling extensively throughout the United States attending model train conventions with her husband, Bill Haley. The majority of her life was lived in the San Diego area, with stints in other Southern California costal cities, and also a short time in Pittsburgh, PA with her last 12 years spent at the Williams Ranch Homestead in Julian. Barbara reveled in the companionship of family and friends, always lending an ear to hear, a shoulder to cry on, a hot meal or a place to stay. She was known as mom or grammie to everyone, providing the kindness, warmth and love needed to ensure that whomever crossed her path was always taken care of. She will be forever loved, missed and eternally in our hearts. Her husband Bill, son Ralph Sargent, and brother Jimmy Holes preceded Barbara in death. She is survived by her brother David Holes; children Stanley Sargent, Cindy McGrath, Richard Drew, and Angela Drew; step-children Roger Drew, Tim Haley, Mark Haley, Dan Haley and Amanda White; and nephew Rick Holes. She also leaves behind numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and many friends. A memorial mass was held at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church on Friday January 8, 2010 at 11:30 am. Immediately following the service a celebration of Barbara's life was held for family and friends at the Williams Ranch Homestead• You have succeeded in life when all you really want is only what you really need. -- Vernon Howard vl"l"! 1 11 00-:ItJL lr..l"-i Senior Class Roo MultiPurmP°Se 00FEB SILENT AUCTION - 6PM LIVE AUCTION-7PM 2010 Amber Crowe To Play With Honor Bands The California Band Directors Association has announced that Amber Crowe, from Julian High School has been selected through audition to be a participant in the 2010 California All-State Honor Bands. She will be representing Julian High School at this event. The All- State Honor Bands are held in conjunction with the California Band Directors Association annual convention in Fresno, California on February 18-21, 2010. There were approximately 1,500 students from schools throughout the state that auditioned for the 2010 All-State Band and the best students were selected. Conductors for the 2010 All-State Honor Bands will be Professors from the Eastman School of Music, • Central Michigan University, Hofstra University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and composers Mr. Robert Sheldon and Mr. John O'Reilly. Amber has also auditioned for and been selected to perform with the All-Southern California Honor Band. Again, she will be representing Julian High School at this event. She was selected to play as 1st Chair Bassoon in the Wind Symphony. Finally, Amber has been chosen, based on audition and conductor recommendation, to perform with the American High School Honors Performance Series and will perform on her bassoon with the Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York City at the end of June. She was chosen among students from throughout the United States for this prestigious placement. The conductors for the performance will be Mr. Robert Reynolds, principal conductor for the USC Thornton School of Music. As a part of this program, she will be taking a master class at Juilliard and will be interviewed with the other performers on the CBS Early Morning Show. Trekking Through Nepal continued from page 3 die of Acute Mountain Sickness and especially HACE and HAPE (cerebral and pulmonary edema.) We traded hats before she left and I was wearing hers for the ascent. Finally after four hours and ten minutes we saw all the cairns and piles of stones supporting sticks with ragged prayer flags flying from them and I knew we had reached the top. The sky was the bluest I have ever seen especially against the white snow. Gina collapsed on the ground and we could not even get her up for a group photo. Nan looked awful and we had to hold her up as we posed. Nan had told me during the climb, if her mother could go though all she had with her cancer treatments then she could endure this. She was going to do this for her mother• There was a dog at the top. A dog! Wagging his tail and looking for handouts at 17,650 feet! He pro.bably got a lot because no one was interested in eating, that's for sure! We started descending half- running, anxious to get down and elated that we had made it but it didn?t take long before we were out of breath and feeling very dizzy. Nan and Gina were throwing up again but Gina's was brown, not the color of the few bites of rice she ate last night, so probably blood from her stomach from taking so many aspirins. The rest of the trek was as delightful and picturesque as the first half as we continued to experience all the different geological zones and observe how the people, fauna and flora, cultures and religion changed with the altitude• The vista from Poon Hill (10,225 feet) of the entire Annapurna range was the highlight of the trip but also because that's were we met up with Noriko again! She had gone all the way around the bottom of the circle to meet us on the other side, bursting with her own tales of adventure! Be sure to mark your calendar for Nancy's narrated slide show of this amazing trek to the top of the world. Julian Library, January 16th at 1 PM. Nancy has given this slide show for the Sierra Club at the San Diego Natural History Museum and at Rancho La Puerta. All of us at the summit of the 17, 650fi Thorong La pass